Interstate 93 in Vermont

By | October 14, 2022


Get started littleton
End St Johnsbury
Length 12 mi
Length 18 km
New Hampshire1 East St Johnsbury

2 → Springfield / Sherbrooke

Interstate 93 or I -93 is an Interstate Highway in the U.S. state of Vermont. I-93 forms the northernmost part of the route in Vermont until I-91 at St. Johnsbury. I-93 is 11 miles long in Vermont.

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Travel directions

The terminus of I-93 at St. Johnsbury.

North of Littleton, Interstate 93 in New Hampshire crosses the Connecticut River, which is dammed in place and forms the border with the state of Vermont. I-93 then leads through slightly mountainous and heavily forested area, first north, the last stretch west. The only place on the route is St. Johnsbury. I-93 ends up half stack on I-91.

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Completed in 1982 in Vermont, I-93 was the last stretch of Interstate Highway to be built in the state.

Interstate 93 in Vermont